The Essentials of Installing Office 2011 for Mac

Before installing Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac, make sure you have an Intel-based Mac with Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.9 (or later). Next, choose an edition of Office 2011 for Mac: There's a free, online-only edition; a Home and Student Edition; and a Home and Business Edition. For large organizations, a Volume License Edition is available.

How to Choose the Right Edition of Office 2011 for Mac

Office 2011 for Mac comes in several editions, so when installing new Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more on your Mac, you need to do some research. Each version of Office 2011 for Mac has a different set [more…]

Migrate Microsoft Publisher Files from Windows to Office for Mac

When switching from Office for Windows to Office for Mac, you'll discover that you can't open Microsoft Publisher files in Office 2011 for Mac. You need to convert your Publisher files to Word [more…]

Find System Errors before Installing Office 2011 for Mac

Before installing Office 2011 for Mac, find hard drive errors by using your Mac's Disk Utility program. The Disk Utility can detect errors in system file permissions and verify the file structure. Using [more…]

How to Install Office 2011 for Mac

Installing Office 2011 for Mac is pretty simple, because Microsoft Office uses the standard Apple installer. Just double-click the installer icon to start the install process. There are no surprises, and [more…]

How to Disable Duplicate Fonts in Office 2011 for Mac

Everyone who installs Office 2011 for Mac should examine his or her font collection. Bad fonts can cause applications to crash in Office for Mac. You can take the following steps to disable any duplicate [more…]

How to Check for Bad Fonts in Office 2011 for Mac

While installing Office 2011 for Mac, users should examine their font collections, as bad fonts can cause applications to crash. You can use Font Book to identify fonts that have problems and help you [more…]

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